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Clinocardium ciliatum

Clinocardium ciliatum, Iceland cockle, is a species of bivalve mollusc in the family Cardiidae. It can be found along the Atlantic coast of North America, ranging from Greenland to Massachusetts.


Erginus rubellus


Menestho albula

Species the size of the shell varies between 4 mm and 9 mm. White shell has a curvy shape. Whorls of the teleoconch are slightly convex, with numerous spiral lines.


Phorcus turbinatus

Phorcus Turbinatus common name shell monodont, is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Trochidae, the top snails.


Pusionella vulpina

The size of an adult shell varies between 25 mm and 46 mm. Shell is thicker than the shell Pusionella aculeiformis. No. of longitudinal ribs. The upper part of the whorls contain two or three engraved rotary lines, and a few at the base of the bo ...


Xenophora conchyliophora


San Martino Vescovo di Tours, Ivrea

San Martino di tours Vescovo is a Roman Catholic parish Church located in albiano dIvrea in the Metropolitan city of Turin, Piedmont region, Northern Italy.


Santa Trinità, Borgomanero

The construction of the chapel began in 1587 under the patronage of Giuseppe Majone, knight of St. Peter, and his brother Francesco, along with the construction of a nearby hospice for the sick. Brothers Majone arose in the city, but has achieved ...


Von Kues

As minor planet discoveries are confirmed, they are given a permanent number on the minor planet Center groups, internal audit, and the discoverers can then submit names for them after the internal audit naming. The list below concerns those mino ...


Acrida conica

Acrida Conica, giant green slantface, is a species of grasshopper in Australia and New Guinea. It was originally described in 1781 as Truxalis conicus.


Actia resinellae


Anechura bipunctata

Bipunctata Anechura can reach a length of 12-20 mm 0.47–0.79 in complete churchy. This characteristic winged species shows a black case with yellow markings on the elytra. The head, legs and sides of pronotum are yellowish-orange. Antennae 9-12 s ...


Anthrax anthrax

Anthrax is a species of fly in the family Bombyliidae, but unlike, for example, Bombylius major, this species is not similar to a bee or bumblebee. The eggs are flicked by the adult female toward the entrance of the nests of Mason bees. After hat ...


Arphia sulphurea

Arphia Sulphurea, usually known as sulphur-winged grasshopper, the-winged grasshopper in the family Acrididae. Other common names include spring yellow-winged locust and the spring yellow-winged grasshopper. It is found in North America.


Augocoris illustris

Augocoris illustris-a shield-backed bug in the family Scutelleridae. It is located in the Caribbean sea, Central America, North America and South America.


Bembecinus tridens

These wasps fly in one generation from early June to late August. Females dig nests are unicellular, although one female digs nests in a row 1-8. Once the egg is in the cell production of elements of different families of damselflies are presente ...


Billaea rutilans


Bittacomorpha clavipes

Bittacomorpha clavipes, is known as the phantom crane fly, is a species of fly in the family Ptychopteridae. It is located in the Eastern United States West to the rocky mountains. It flies upright with legs spread apart. Females lay hundreds of ...


Bombylius pygmaeus


Calliphora stygia

Calliphora Stygia, commonly known as the brown blowfly, or Rango tumaro in māori, is a species of blow-fly to Australia and New Zealand. Brown the meat the flies have a grey thorax and yellow-brown abdomen. This fly is usually one of the first an ...


Deraeocoris schach

This species is mainly found in southern Europe. It is also present in Turkey, Israel and Algeria.


Dolichovespula norwegica

Norwegian Wasp is a type of social Wasp. It is common in Scotland, and can also be found in other places in the UK and Ireland. Often known as the wasp of the trees it nests in low branches and bushes and eats insects. It also gets nectar from bl ...


Empis maculata


Exoprosopa capucina

Exoprosopa capucina-view of a bee fly belonging to the family Bombyliidae subfamily Anthracinae. This bee-fly is present in much of Europe and the middle East. The average body length of the adults reaches 12 mm 0.47 V. the Head is quite large, w ...


Glyphopsyche irrorata


Haplothrips leucanthemi

Shepherds purse ordinary leucanthemi, usually known as thrips or clover red clover thrips, is one kind of tube-tailed thrips in the family Phlaeothripidae. It is found in North America, South America and Europe.


Holcostethus albipes

Holcostethus Albipes-a kind of shield bugs belonging to the family Pentatomidae, subfamily Pentatominae. The head is trapezoidal and the lateral edge of the prothoracic callus winding. It is mainly in Austria, Slovenia, France, Greece, Italy and ...


Ibisia marginata

Ibisia banded, black-and-Turkish-water-snipefly, is a species of IBIS flies belonging to the family Athericidae, a small family very similar to Rhagionidae.


Issus coleoptratus

This General view can be found in the Western Palearctic ecozone, the middle East and North Africa. These insects live in the bushes and the foliage of various woody plants and common deciduous trees and mixed forests, on forest edges and in parks.


Lasioglossum leucozonium

Lasioglossum leucozonium, also known as Lasioglossum similis, widespread solitary sweat bees in North America, Europe, Asia and other parts of North Africa. Now ordinary bee in North America, genetic population analysis showed that it was in fact ...


Libelloides italicus

Libelloides Italicus is the insect belonging to the family Ascalaphidae.The type of Fabricius at the University Zoological Museum of Copenhagen, does not meet the endemic species of Ascalaphidae living exclusively in the Italian Peninsula, and is ...


Limonia phragmitidis

Limonia phragmitidis is a Palearctic species craneflies in the family Limoniidae.It is found in a wide range of habitat and micro habitat: in the soil, rich in humus in swamps and marshes, in the leaf litter and in wet spots in woods.


Liocoris tripustulatus

Adults typically 4 to 5 mm long, dark brown with cream color with yellow highlights. The flap shows a heart-shaped markings, while the wings have two spots. Through the body there is more or less visible clear band. This kind of be quite variable ...


Lonchaea chorea

For terms see morphology of Diptera. Length 3-5 mm. Male binocular space eye twice as wide as the antenna, narrower on the front. Thorax and abdomen shiny black, with blue, green or purple reflections. Wings more or less yellow at the base. Squam ...


Megachile bicolor


Megachile cincta


Megachile disjuncta


Megachile rufipes


Megalodontes cephalotes

This kind of limited regions of Europe. This is typical of montane and Alpine species, but it is also present in the lowlands. It inhabits South-facing warm slopes and dry meadows, at altitudes up to 2.400 meters 7.900 meters above sea level.


Megarhyssa atrata

Megarhyssa atrata is a species of large ichneumon wasps. It is known from North America, where it is found from Quebec, Michigan, Ohio and North and South Carolina to Florida. Adults are on wing from may to July. The larvae of parasitoids of larv ...


Myospila meditabunda


Nesoselandria morio

Nesoselandria Morio is a species of sawflies belonging to the family Tenthredinidae subfamily Tenthrediniinae. This is the only species of the genus Nesoselandria.


Osmia bicolor

Thanks to everyone who left a bicolor, two-coloured Mason bee, is a Palaearctic species of bees of the genus thanks to everyone who left. It stands out among other megachilid bees in that it nests in empty snail shells.


Pantilius tunicatus

Pantilius tunicatus is a species of beetle in the family Miridae which can be found in the Baltic States, the Faroe Islands, Finland, Italy, great Britain, Yugoslavia, Holland, Eastern, Central and Western Europe. and across the Palearctic to Sib ...


Pinthaeus sanguinipes

Sanguinipes Pinthaeus can reach a length of 13-17 mm 0.51–0.67 V. These bugs overwinter as adults females lay eggs in may, and adults from August. These adult red-legged bugs prey on other insects, and they eat mainly the larvae of beetles, sawfl ...


Rasahus hamatus

Rasahus hamatus, the Corsair, is one kind of Corsair in the family Reduviidae. It is located in the Caribbean, Central America, North America and South America.


Scolia hirta

Adults grow up to 10-25 millimetres 0.39–0.98 in long, the body is completely black, with two glossy yellow stripes on the abdomen. Wings smoky-dark color, with blue reflexes. Antennae of the males have 13 segments longer than females have 12 seg ...


Sirex cyaneus


Stethomostus fuliginosus


Tachina lurida

Tachina lurida is a species of fly in the genus Tachina of the family Tachinidae that can be found everywhere in Europe except Albania, Belarus, Estonia, Ireland, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, San Marino, Scandinavia, Slovenia, Va ...

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